Langevin Bridge is an old steel truss bridge that spans the Bow River in the city of Calgary Alberta. It had beautiful LED lights on it that changes colors at night. The bridge was opened in 1910 and was named for Sir Hector-Louis Langevin, one of the Fathers of the Canadian Confederation.
Taken on my first night in Paris. I was treated with amazing Parisian light from the first instants of golden hour to the last dregs of blue hour, with this spectacular show somewhere in between.